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Philips Hue White & Color Ambiance 5/6" Smart Retrofit Recessed Downlight EXPIRED

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Walmart has Philips Hue White & Color Ambiance 5/6" Smart Retrofit Recessed Downlight (‎5996611U5) on sale for $44.99. Shipping is free.

Amazon has Philips Hue White & Color Ambiance 5/6" Smart Retrofit Recessed Downlight (‎5996611U5) on sale for $46.94 -> now $44.99. Shipping is free.
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This is the best price that I have seen all year. These never seem to go on sale. Free shipping for prime members. Ships July 3rd.

https://www.amazon.com/dp/B084D6T...T97101F01W >Usually ships within 2-4 weeks
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Jet_on_rock asked this question on 06-21-2021 at 10:12 AM
06-21-2021 at 10:12 AM
I would guess not good. Lumens isn’t that strong. I don’t know what works for 2 story living room.
cjoshi1123 asked this question on 06-21-2021 at 10:12 AM
06-21-2021 at 10:12 AM
I think it’s mostly an aesthetic thing, you get a nice flat surface with a trim this way vs a recessed bulb. These didn’t exist when I started down the Hue pathway so I have a lot of recessed cans with Hue bulbs in them. There might also be some slight differences in how the light is cast from the ceiling.
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Man, I wish I had all the money in the world to buy these color changing ones both 5/6in and 4in ones. I just replaced 60% of my house with retrofitted LED recessed lights (non-smart, warm white) but I still have exterior soffit lights and kitchen to go. I already have SmartThings and Alexa ecosystem. Looking back maybe I should've waited but then again 50 of these will cost me so much and my wife would be soo mad at me Frown
Wiz likes using your wifi connection versus zigbee. I would personally prefer lights to be on zigbee to reduce wifi congestion. Hue lights tend to be insanely stable and work well. If it was a few lights I might go for a wifi bulb, if it was a large number of lights I would go hue/zigbee or thread.

I try to avoid extra wifi devices if possible, but sometimes they might be the only option.

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Is there any reason to get these over the Philips Wiz can lights? I am in the middle of a reno and have been watching the price on both. I would need around 25, so the Hue lights are a big expense to stomach. The Wiz lights can also do color, but will have a different app. Does anyone have experience with both?
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Is there any reason to get these over the Philips Wiz can lights? I am in the middle of a reno and have been watching the price on both. I would need around 25, so the Hue lights are a big expense to stomach. The Wiz lights can also do color, but will have a different app. Does anyone have experience with both?
Depends on your integration needs. Hue is native HomeKit, for example.
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Man, I wish I had all the money in the world to buy these color changing ones both 5/6in and 4in ones. I just replaced 60% of my house with retrofitted LED recessed lights (non-smart, warm white) but I still have exterior soffit lights and kitchen to go. I already have SmartThings and Alexa ecosystem. Looking back maybe I should've waited but then again 50 of these will cost me so much and my wife would be soo mad at me Frown
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Is there any reason to get these over the Philips Wiz can lights? I am in the middle of a reno and have been watching the price on both. I would need around 25, so the Hue lights are a big expense to stomach. The Wiz lights can also do color, but will have a different app. Does anyone have experience with both?
Wiz likes using your wifi connection versus zigbee. I would personally prefer lights to be on zigbee to reduce wifi congestion. Hue lights tend to be insanely stable and work well. If it was a few lights I might go for a wifi bulb, if it was a large number of lights I would go hue/zigbee or thread.

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15 in your garage? Lying through your teeth!
He didn't state they were installedSmilie They might also have like two two and a half car garages with a workshop in the middle! Now that would be a lovely setupSmilie
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These are usually sold out..I'm shocked this even had a sale. These have been fire hot.

I got 6 and I hate how much it costed. About 360 for 6 lights is insane
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Can anyone with these lights speak to the issues with the mount? Seems like there's enough negative comments about this that would steer me away from purchasing.
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Don't forget to check out Costco FEIT color changing 4-pack for $70. https://www.costco.com/feit-elect...28661.html
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Camel^3 agrees, this is the lowest price Amazon has offered this for
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